Thanks, Alan - this is good to know.


Alan Coopersmith wrote:
> I was able to easily re-sort the table by priority by using Firefox with
> the handy TableTools plugin that was recently recommended to me.
> Just right click in the priority column header, choose
> "Sort Table Column as -> "Number/Currency" wait a few seconds and Voila!
> No work needed by the team and it's ready right away.
> I can see there's a Priority 1 issues in the list right now that no one is
> working on:
>  6457265  RFE: need ability to statically set hostname from GRUB command line
>       -Alan Coopersmith-           alan.coopersmith at
>        Sun Microsystems, Inc. - X Window System Engineering
> Bonnie Corwin wrote:
>> Hi Palle,
>> I'm happy to put the request on a list, but unfortunately, I don't think 
>> someone is going to get cycles to update the reporting mechanism any 
>> time soon.
>> However, one thing to be aware of is that most bugs that are marked 
>> oss_bite_size are P4 or P5 bugs.
>> They are specifically bugs that are small and self-contained and 
>> therefore are a good way to start working on code.  So I wouldn't worry 
>> a lot about the priority in choosing one to work on.
>> Thanks.
>> Bonnie
>> Palle Lyckegaard wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I would like to contribute to the opensolaris codebase, but finds the list 
>>> on hard to use since 
>>> Priority is not used to order items by. If the Priority was the second 
>>> order key (Status being the first) it would be easyer to locate important 
>>> items to contribute code for.
>>> Would it be possible to make the list more userfriendly in future 
>>> versions?
>>> regards
>>> Palle Lyckegaard (OS0294)
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